How To Clean Your Cell Phone And Not Completely Destroy It
You use it in the car. At work. At home. On the toilet.
It's probably time to clean your phone. Here's a few tips to make sure you don't ruin it.
First things first. Turn off your phone. Not because you'll get shocked or anything, but because you'll be pressing all over the screen and don't want to accidentally send a random text or delete something important.
To clean your phone, use a solution that's 50/50 water/vinegar, or 50/50 water/rubbing alcohol. Or buy a solution that's specifically designed for cell phones. Don't use random hand soap or dish soap, you'll gunk up your screen.
Don't spray the cleaning stuff directly on your phone. Instead, spray it on the cloth you're using (I prefer a small microfiber towel.) Also don't spray too much liquid on the cloth. Even a little bit of liquid behind the glass of your cell phone can totally ruin it.
Don't use paper towels or any kind of cloth that might have lint on it. Brawny or toilet paper might seem like a good idea, but they could potentially scratch the glass on your phone. Again, use a microfiber towel.
Don't drop your phone in the toilet. That's just gross.